• UoN Super Sunday Preview

    This year’s Super Sunday offers 11 matches and will hopefully be another white wash, as last year the same fixture saw us thrash Trent 12-0. The event will see sports from Canoe Polo to Table Tennis and Squash and Badminton all try to retain their spoils from last year....
  • Varsity Rugby Union Preview

    It’s the one you’ve all been waiting for…The University of Nottingham men’s and women’s 1st XV meet bitter rivals Nottingham Trent on Sunday March 31st at Lady Bay Stadium, West Bridgford. Make sure to be there! After a stellar season, UoN finished third in the BUCS Rugby Union North A...
  • Preview: Varsity Basketball

    The Varsity basketball match is set to tip off at the Motorpoint Arena on the 29th of March, but how have both sides fared coming into the big game? It has been an inconsistent season for both teams’ squads in the BUCS leagues, with UoN’s women’s 1st team finishing...
  • Varsity Rugby League Preview: Can UoN triumph again?

    After Varsity opens at the Super Wednesday day of events on March 20th, attention will turn to the first stand-alone event of the series, Rugby League at Lady Bay, taking place the following Thursday (28th March) at 18:30. Last year’s edition saw Nottingham run out convincing winners against their rivals...
  • Can the Green and Gold win Varsity for the eighth consecutive year?

    This year’s Varsity kicks off with Super Wednesday at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre on 20th March. Since the inception of the ‘Super’ events in 2016, we have won every single one, home and away. So what will this year’s instalment on Trent’s turf hold? This first event of...
  • Varsity’s back! Wait, what?

    Yes, you read that right. Varsity is back. Well, not quite. Because our hockey teams are doing amazingly well in various competitions, the only suitable time to hold the hockey Varsity matches is this Thursday, 31st January. What do you need to know? The matches will be held at...
  • NFL Star Leaves $14.5 million On the Table

    Running back Le’Veon Bell, previously of the Pittsburgh Steelers, decided to reject his $14.5 million contract offer for this season. Which begs the question: Why? It’s the 25th of July at Pittsburgh Steelers training camp. Like every other NFL team, the multitude of players – old and new –...